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Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Applications
Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Applications (VSTA) was
introduced this week at PDC! VSTA is a scalable application
customization toolset based on the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 and
provides Independent Software Vendors the technology to add a
redistributable IDE and runtime engine to their applications. This
allows end user developers to customize the application using Visual
Basic or C#.
Welcome to PDCBloggers, 2005 Edition!
Welcome to PDCBloggers, 2005 Edition! We're John Alexander and Jeff Julian, your editors for the site. It's our passion to bring the great information that our community is sharing about PDC 2005 right to you! If you're attending and blogging, why not sign up? If you have questions, check out the FAQ to find out more about the editorial process.
You don't have to attend or even blog to be part of the fun though. Just subscribe to the feed and you'll find it’s the next best thing to being here and for some cool announcements during the show....
Welcome to PDC Bloggers 2005!
PDC is here September 13-16, 2005 and we are aggregating all the content from bloggers attending the PDC! You can submit your blog at PDCBloggers.net and write about all of the fun activities and information during PDC.
Welcome to PDC Bloggers 2005!
PDC is coming September 13-16, 2005 and we are gearing up PDC Bloggers. We'll soon be accepting submissions for blogs. Over the next few months, we'll be posting more information about the PDC Bloggers website and feed. Stay tuned!
TechEd Bloggers Contest: Win an Xbox!
Simply by registering your blog, you could win a Microsoft Xbox. Two Xbox consoles will be awarded to registered bloggers in a drawing Sunday evening at TechlEd. All you have to do is display the TechEd Blogger image and blog TechlEd! Don't have a blog? You still can win! One Xbox console will be given to a partner displaying the TechEdBloggersFeed Control. Here's how...
Bloggers Cover TechEd 2004 in San Diego!
Going to TechEd? Register your blog at TechEd Bloggers and share your experiences with readers all around the world!
Not registered for TechEd? Register today for one of the best technical events of the year for IT Professionals and developers! Georgeo Pulikkathara writes "TechEd 2004 is going to be way cool. If you’ve got the budget to go, you should. You’ll see the latest and greatest being showcased by Microsoft and its partners...It’s how you stay competitive with your peers and make sure you take time keep your technical skills updated."
Don't forget to subscribe to the TechEd Bloggers feed and follow all of the activities at TechEd in San Diego. Paul Robichaux writes "TechEdBloggers.net is back again this year. I enjoyed last year's edition; it was cool to see TechEd through the perspective of other speakers and attendees, especially folks who got to go to some of the many sessions I missed out on."
And you don't want to miss the blogger meetup at TechEd! Ryan Gregg writes "Last year there were about 30 bloggers who met and had a very interesting discussion about blogging. I learned all sorts of interest prospective on the blogging world from that meeting, and doing it again would be great."
Blog the Microsoft Mobile DevCon
Are you going to the Microsoft Mobile DevCon? Register your blog at Windows Mobile Bloggers and share your experiences with the world! Windows Mobile Bloggers will focus on the Microsoft Mobile DevCon and all of the technologies presented at the event.
Don't forget to subscribe to the Windows Mobile Bloggers feed and follow all of the activities at the MDC including product announcements and developer insights into mobile technology.
PDCBloggers.net a Choice Blog in PC Magazine
Our thanks to PC Magazine, December 30, for recognizing PDCBloggers.net as one of their Choice Blogs. The full text of the article on Blog Tools is found here. While we are grateful for this honor, the real glory goes to the hundreds of bloggers whose content we aggregate. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to increase the recognition and readership of these illustrious blogs. By the way, we have some exciting twists and turns planned for 2004…keep watching!
A Great Week for PDC Bloggers!
It was a great week for PDC Bloggers! The excitement and efforts of the blogging community to cover the event was extraordinary to say the least. We could barely keep up with your posts. In fact, over this weekend, there are many more posts to organize into the various categories. Several new people have submitted their blogs to be included in the list and we'll be getting their views on Longhorn, Yukon and the excitement of PDC. We'll circle back around to the Panel Q&A and give you the answers you need.
Thank you to all the bloggers for your great coverage of the event. As a community, we all have a resource here for which we can be proud and look back to over the weeks and months to come to recall session notes and technology tidbits and some of the fun we had at PDC.
If you paid close attention to our main page during the event, you noticed the banner change at the top of the main page. We have changed the name of our website to "Professional Developer Community Bloggers" (We'll still affectionately refer to it as PDC Bloggers). This site will live on! Over the next few weeks we will be reorganizing the categories around the technologies introduced at PDC and different resources that you are providing in your blog. The session list and blogger session notes will continue to be available for reference.
Our goal is to attract and send you more readers. We think you are writing some termendous content in your blog and people should see it!
As always, we invite your feedback and suggestions for the website. This is your resource and we hope to maximize its effectiveness for you. If there is anywhere you think we can do a better job, just let us know.
Bloggers to Meet at Attendee Party
Bloggers will be meeting during the Attendee Party at the Hollywood Grill inside Universal Studios on Wednesday at 8pm. If you have been blogging the PDC, come by and say hello to the other bloggers!
Time: Wednesday, 8:00pm
Place: Hollywood Grill in Universal Studios
New Design for PDCBloggers.net
Take a look at our new design. It's now organized in six sections: Main, The Feed, Panel Q&A; Community, Photos, and Partners. The new design will ease your navigation through our growing content. Additionally, the site is now Microsoft Passport enabled.
Display the PDC Bloggers Feed
Want to bring a little of the PDC to the visitors of your website? You can use the PDCBloggersFeed user control to display an article list from PDCBloggers.net on your website. The list on your website will update when articles are added to PDCBloggers.net! The user control is a single ASP.NET control (ASCX) file that you can customize and insert into any ASP.NET web page (ASPX).
Welcome to PDC Bloggers!
We created this site in hopes of connecting bloggers interested in the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) and the technologies associated with the event. We thought it would be cool to have a place to connect bloggers interested in the event: whether or not they are attending the event in Los Angeles.